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Take Your Flag to Work Day

It's a little late since the work day is virtually over, but today, April 6, is Take Your Flag to Work Day, sponsored by the Minutemen Civil Defense Corp.

How it works is simple: Proudly display an American flag with you wherever you are in public. Small parade style flags on sticks would work best for those who commute by bus or subway and those who walk to work. Carry it around with you when you go out for lunch and when you leave work.

"Wear red, white and blue patriotic attire. Fly the American flag at your home. Fly an American flag from your car antenna. Tape an American flag in your car window. The goal is to have Old Glory be given the respect and prominence it deserves and to remind everyone--politicians, illegal aliens and their enablers--that the American flag comes first in this country.

Hugh Hewitt's Mary Katharine Ham says the American flag, two in particular, means a great deal to her.

Michelle Malkin asks her readers to send in their favorite flag photos. Here's mine which I took while in NYC for a trade show two months after 9/11.



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Comments (6)

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That pic's from a Cinqo de ... (Below threshold)

That pic's from a Cinqo de Mayo parade.

Completely different holiday.

I'll send you an updated calendar.

Thanks to a fan in the Air ... (Below threshold)

Thanks to a fan in the Air Force reserves, I have a flag that flew in a Stealth over Afghanistan on a mission

So there

Good idea

How did I not know about th... (Below threshold)

How did I not know about this? Take a flag to work day is an excellent idea.

I will definitely be on top of this next here.

It's ALWAYS flag day at wor... (Below threshold)

It's ALWAYS flag day at work here. Got a pair of 4"x6"'s displayed proudly on my desk at all times.

"It is patriotic, decorativ... (Below threshold)
Rachel Edith:

"It is patriotic, decorative and functional. Heck, it cut down the wind swirling in my office by 75%."






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